Indonesia lines up next benchmark dollar bond after putting bank shortlist together
The Republic of Indonesia could sell a dollar bond as early as next week, after meeting DCM bankers to hear final proposals for its next debt issue.
Funding officials from the sovereign picked a shortlist of banks after a request for proposals. Barclays Capital, Citi, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, JP Morgan, Standard Chartered and UBS were all invited to do follow-up pitches with the borrower, said a DCM banker, but some bankers said Credit Suisse could ...
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